Quinlan Brothers
   Quinlan, Oklahoma, was named for a loading chute built in 1901 at a switch on the Atchison, Topeka and Sante Fe Railway by the Quinlan brothers, ranchers who ran cattle north of Mooreland before and after the 1893 Cherokee Outlet Opening.
   Located in Woodward County about twenty miles east of Woodward and 1.5 miles north of U.S. Highway 412, Quinlan began as a small agricultural community in the heart of wheat country. West of town lie the Ragged Hills, the county's highest point.

Ranch Hands

John Arnold Callaway